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Bridal Jewelry

Just say Yes! That’s our advice if you’re considering adding spectacular jewelry to your wedding-day attire.

Bib-style necklaces, sparkling pendants embellished with colored gems and diamonds, 1920s-inspired pieces...any style that makes you feel beautiful can be right at home with a wedding gown.

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Isaac Jewelers

Photographed by:
Sierra Blanco Photography

“More and more these days, brides are looking for that special something that will make their look unique on their big day,” observes jeweler Kendra Scott. “Statement jewelry gives brides the option to add color to her look, whether to match her bridesmaids’ dresses or her own bouquet.”

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Kendra Scott

Among the most popular colors for bridal jewels that ‘pop’ against a white gown are blue, green and pink. Tiffany & Co., the jeweler that inspires many a girl’s wedding-day dreams, recently unveiled its Blue Book, a showcase of spectacular jewels that would elevate any bridal look.

Says Doug Aitken, Tiffany & Co. Group Director, “Tiffany Jazz Age jewelry is uniquely characterized by brilliant diamonds and colorful gemstones in softer settings with more contoured lines, a design aesthetic that is as fresh and timeless today as it was during the Jazz Age.”

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Tiffany & Co.

Says Aitken, “Anticipating their desire for uniquely beautiful jewelry on their wedding day, Tiffany fashions exquisite diamonds and pearls in stylish and contemporary designs, that, like eternal love, will last a lifetime.”

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Trinity Diamonds

Whether you are dazzled by traditional settings or you’re seeking a bold, colorful addition to a simple white gown, the options are deliciously endless. Joanne Zich of Trinity Diamonds in Tucson, advises brides to begin their search for the perfect jewelry ensemble early. “Your look for your day is all about your personality on display. This should never be a last minute thought.”

We couldn’t agree more. Your bridal jewelry will be the most photographed pieces of the day--more than your wedding rings or your bouquet! Notice how Kendra Scott’s Harlow necklace elevates the model’s look in our decor shoot in this issue. A different piece would have made a dramatically different statement.

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Kendra Scott

Zich advises brides to consider their personal style when making a selection. “For one bride, this will mean wearing her grandmother’s jewelry...for another bride, this is her moment to shine, and her jewelry will be something no one would have imagined.”

Notice how the emerald green provides an elegant contrast with our cover model’s bright white gown. The ring and coordinating bracelets from Isaac Jewelers are a beautiful complement to her formal look. A fashion-forward bride may choose this bold ring as her wedding ring. The jewelry each bride chooses is as individual as the bride herself.

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Trinity Diamonds

Photographed by:
Sierra Blanco Photography

Kendra Scott agrees that the selection is a matter of personal preference, “To me, it depends on the bride, the season and her overall palette. Greens are perfect for an outdoor, casual chic wedding, while coral is the perfect complement to a beach wedding. Of course, a simple touch of blue is always appropriate, as the bride’s ‘something blue’.”

Jewelry Courtesy of:
Trinity Diamonds

Kendra Scott’s Color Bar, online and in stores, allows brides and her attendants to create looks all their own, using a variety of gemstones and styles from stunning turquoise, earthy tiger’s eye, mother of pearl, and many bright colors that will take your style to the next level of “wow.” The Harlow necklace, with its elegant, yet chunky, look comprised of seven stones, is a celebrity favorite and can be crafted in eight different colors, in either gold or silver.

What’s your personal style? A visit to your jeweler will show you the countless ways to say “yes” to statement jewelry.

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